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What would make it easier for mothers to switch from full-time to part-time hours or allow them to stay at home if they so desired?

The number of mothers who would prefer full-time work has decreased by 11% in the last 10 years while the mothers who prefer part-time work has increased by 12% according to a pew research survey. It appears that most mothers, 79% according to a pew research survey, would appear to stay at home or work part-time.

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Created:about 14 years ago
Activity:over 2 years ago
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Online register of people wanting jobshare partners - free to join, register the work area you would like to be in or are currently in, preferred hours, location and minimum salary. Would enable full timers to go part time in an existing post by offering a jobshare partner for consideration, or for two or more mothers to apply for jobs together, saving the employer the difficulty of finding several eligible people for a single full time post.
the home makers should network amongst themselves and create a huge community that can attract corporates and companies to offer this home based workforce (gold collar workers) opportunities to sell/market their products through this networked community.
Companies should offer on-site child care to make full time positions more desirable.
Companies should offer more work from home positions to accomodate mothers with young children.